To my knowledge, the Holocaust is the only historical event not subject to the rigors of careful re-examination as new evidence comes to light (as is standard procedure.)
Sometimes these were fairy accurate, other times not. The prevalent notion about a thing seems to hold more sway
Children especially aren’t all that interested in spending a day poring over data, cross referencing to find out what the real story is on a subject so they tend to take on the impressions of their peers, their teachers and family.
Remorse for the Holocaust for which we were either culpable or ineffectual in preventing motivate guilt generosity to the tune of:
$104 per second in aid to Israel from the American taxpayer
Well, that’s quite a lot of benefit indeed, you wicked Nazis! And it’s a good thing too because Israel is our ‘greatest ally”
So that’s what I have found myself doing and will continue to do.
'Denial' suggests an action short of reason:
“It’s right in front of you but you’re denying it, old man! What’s the matter with you?”
This neutralizes the more emotional "denial" and replaces it with a suggestion of realism, of critical reasoning.
It might further show a refusal to take bait on our part & demonstrate a certain sang froid,
Next, only Holocaust promoters seem to believe that historical events occur in a vacuum...
When I look at the Holocaust on a timeline of events...
Let’s peer beyond the curtain of the Holy Holocaust to an event with as many as 100 mil victims~
They were Russian Christians.
Who were the Bolsheviks?
They were not…
The Bolsheviks would go on to found Israel, though, interestingly enough:
Is there some showmanship in history teaching? Is there some showmanship in Hollywood? 🤔
Here are a few with articles and/or films about each:
The Armenian Genocide
Eisenhower's Rhine-Meadows Death Camps
Anabaptists and Mennonites migrated to harsh lands which they transformed into the breadbasket of the kingdom under the auspices of Catherine the Great in Russia. They were known as the #Kulaks in Russia but are known to us as the Amish.
The Red Terror cut its teeth on genociding them most cruelly subsequently.
Yes, their 'greatest ally' genocided the Amish
It's costing us dearly& if history is any indication, it could cost us very dearly still
Spread the word through films, film-makers @Celtic_Films & articles in this thread. Speak out.